20.05.2012 ... email@example.com changed: 01/04/2009 firstname.lastname@example.org anonymous: NO obsoleted: NO source: FRNIC nic-hdl: DM370-FRNIC type: PERSON contact: DavidMoulsdale address: 22, rue de Montmorency address: 75003 Paris ...
06.10.2012 Chairman and CEO of Optical Express, DavidMoulsdale said, I am proud that Bupa has selected Optical Express to deliver cataract surgery to its insured members. Optical Express is committed to delivering high quality eye ...
25.05.2012 Off to Glasgow to meet DavidMoulsdale of Optical Express, with a banana for lunch on the train. More offers of coffee and cakes from well-meaning colleagues, but my bottle of tap water is my limit for the afternoon and the ...
05.10.2012 [Scotsman (blog)] - Ross said his chain does not share the financial problems that brought down part of rival DavidMoulsdale's Optical Express earlier this week because Black & Lizars is targeting the “top end” of the market. “We want to be the John Lewis of opticians
03.10.2012 [Proactive Investors UK] - Optician chain to shut one quarter of stores: DavidMoulsdale is closing around one quarter of his Optical Express stores in a dramatic restructuring that involves putting part of the group into administration. The Scottish entrepreneur plans to close
03.10.2012 [Herald Scotland] - DAVIDMoulsdale is closing around one-quarter of his Optical Express stores in a dramatic restructuring that involves putting part of the group into administration. DAVIDMoulsdale is closing around one-quarter of his Optical Express stores in a
03.10.2012 [Retail Week] - Optical Express chairman and chief executive DavidMoulsdale said on Monday: “Most of the locations closing are in tertiary high street locations that have been significantly impacted by markedly reduced trade due to both competition from shopping
06.10.2012 DavidMoulsdale, the CEO of Optical Express, commented: "One of our main aims in establishing this series was to help develop young Scottish talent. After the astonishing events at Medinah last weekend, it would be ...
07.09.2012 DavidMoulsdale, Opticians – £60m 87. The Earl of Inchcape, Land / Investment – £59m 87. Joan Scott-Adie and family, Food distribution – £59m 89. John Dodd, Finance – £58m 90. Michael Walker and family, Timber – £58m ...
27.04.2012 Group Chairman and CEO DavidMoulsdale said, “This level of investment is testament to our ongoing. our patients will achieve better than 20/20 vision (http://uk.opticalexpress.com/eye-expert/20-20-vision.html ).” ...
07.09.2012 Chairman and CEO of Optical Express, DavidMoulsdale said, I am proud that Bupa has selected Optical Express to deliver cataract surgery to its insured members. Optical Express is committed to delivering high quality eye ...
DavidMoulsdale is regarded as one of
the UK’s most successful entrepreneurs. Like many of his peers, Moulsdale
started out with nothing.
He started his first optical eye care
business in Leith, Scotland and now wholly owns the UK’s largest provider of
refractive eye surgery, Optical Express as well as major operations around the
Moulsdale also acquired and developed
a substantive UK dental business, a leading edge state of the art hospital and
several ancillary concerns.
His Optical Express Group now operates
in Croatia, France, Germany, Holland and Ireland as well as the UK.
Like most entrepreneurs however,
Moulsdale has quietly stuck by the rigorous principle of ‘giving something
back’ and is a mature philanthropist. David has invested several millions of
pounds for the common good via profits from both his businesses largely
focusing on healthcare issues both domestically and internationally.
Moulsdale was a winner in the Sunday
Times/ Virgin Atlantic Fast Track 100, was awarded the Scottish Business
Achievement Award by HRH Princess Anne and was World Young Business Achiever in
Additional interests have seen DavidMoulsdale as Chairman of the Royal National Institute for the Blind, New Appeal
Scotland, he was on the Board of SBAAT for five years and was a Trustee on both
the successful Kelvingrove Refurbishment and Riverside Museum Appeals.